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The Digestive system

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The Mouth Start of digestive system.
Esophagus Muscular tube that uses peristalsis transfers food from the mouth to the stomach.
Stomach Muscular bag which secretes HCl to further digest the food.
Small Intestine A very long muscular tube that uses peristalsis to move food and also absorbs nutrients into the bloodstream.
Large Intestine A long muscular tube that reabsorbes water and transfers waste from the small intestine to the rectum.
Rectum Receives waste from the large intestine and stores it.
Anus Last part of digestive system, releases waste.
Incisors 8 in total, used to cut/ nibble food.
Canines 4 in total, used to hold and tear food
Pre Molars 8 in total, used to crush and grind food.
Molars 12 in total, also used to crush and grind food, found at very back of mouth.
Created by: Hannah Cassidy